Outside The Lines
Mulkey Sounds Off : 2/27/17
Baylor women's basketball coach Kim Mulkey is under fire for comments she made about the scrutiny the school has been under for its handling of sexual assault.
Esports Gambling: 2/26/17
OTL explores the $5 billion world of Esports gambling. Then, "Rub some dirt on it!" is the mentality in Trona, CA, where high school football is played on a dirt field.
Making Changes: 2/24/17
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred joins OTL to discuss rule changes and bigger picture issues ahead of the 2017 season. Also, did Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf's faith cost him his NBA career?
Choice Of Words: 2/23/17
On today's Outside The Lines, we discuss Jameis Winston and Candice Wiggins' controversial comments. Also, the latest in the USA Gymnastics sexual abuse scandal.
Lakers Magic Bus Ride: 2/22/17
What will Magic Johnson bring to a Lakers team that has had the league's second-worst record over the last three years? Also, a very busy offseason is underway in the NFL.
Stick To Sports?: 2/21/17
Dexter Fowler, whose wife is Iranian, calls the Muslim travel ban unfortunate, OTL explores. Then, a major shakeup with the Lakers and Adam Silver's take on the "one-and-done" rule.
Boogie On The Move: 2/20/17
Today on OTL we discuss DeMarcus Cousins being traded to the Pelicans and John Calipari's rant on coaching moves in NCB. Plus, Craig Hodges joins us to discuss a stance he took during his NBA career.
Before Kaepernick: Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf: 2/19/17
Mark Fainaru-Wada visits Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf to hear what his life has been like since he ignited controversy 20 years ago by refusing to stand for the national anthem.
Fan Involvement: 2/17/17
Mark Schlereth discusses fan and athlete interactions in light of Darrelle Revis' arrest. Also, Jayson Stark on possible MLB rule changes this season.
New Responsibility: 2/16/17
OTL explores Magic Johnson's new role in the Lakers franchise. Then, an in-depth look at the self-proclaimed "biggest bust in NBA history".
Presidential Pardon: 2/15/17
Six Patriots have said they will not visit the White House after their Super Bowl victory. Also, Jim Harbaugh offers a job to a recruits's dad.All are discussed on today's Outside the Lines.
Temporary Ban: 2/14/17
A deal is struck to allow Charles Oakley back into Madison Square Garden. Also, the story of a Patriots fan with a very special bond to Tom Brady.
Knicks PR Move? : 2/13/17
Latrell Sprewell sat next to James Dolan at Sunday's Knicks game. Was it a PR move? Also: what does the Texas bathroom bill mean for future NFL events in the state?
Greg Oden- A New Beginning: 2/12/17
In his first extensive TV interview, Greg Oden opens up to OTL about everything from his knee injuries, to his alcohol abuse and domestic violence charge, to starting over at OSU.
NFL Season Review: 2/10/17
Ryan Smith, Jeremy Schaap and Jane McManus join Bob Ley on OTL to discuss the major storylines of the 2016-2017 NFL season.
Madison Square Problems: 2/9/17
OTL looks at last night's ejection of Charles Oakley, James Dolan's ownership and life inside MSG. Then, the story of a town where football is everything, including a way out.
Opening Up: 2/8/17
Rod Gilmore and Bruce Feldman join OTL to discuss the latest in college football news. Mike Adamle opens up about having dementia and the Farr family discusses CTE.
Brady's Missing Jersey: 2/7/17
While the New England Patriots are being feted today in Boston, in Texas, the search goes on for Tom Brady's missing jersey. Also, the story of team who uses football for hope.
The Patriot Divide : 2/6/17
The nation may be divided politically, but it seems there is unity on one topic- disliking the Patriots. Jackie MacMullan and Howard Bryant join Bob Ley to discuss.
A Different Path: 2/5/17
When a family regularly produces NFL players, what happens when one son says no? Plus, Bob Ley & Chris Berman look back at the evolution of football and ESPN in Berman's career.
Social Activism: 2/3/17
OTL is live from Houston, recapping this season of social activism in the NFL. Jim Brown, Malcolm Jenkins, Nate Boyer and actor/rapper T.I. join Bob Ley for discussion.
History Of The XFL: 1/31/17
OTL explores the XFL as 30 For 30 "This Was the XFL" premieres Feb. 2 at 9 pm ET on ESPN. Bob Ley discusses the league with director Charlie Ebersol and XFL star "He Hate Me" Rod Smart.
Mel Farr's CTE: 1/30/17
The impact of the travel ban in the sports world, a former NFL star diagnosed with CTE and the latest lawsuit against Baylor University are all discussed on today's Outside the Lines.
One Heartbeat: 1/29/17
Clairton High School football is a powerhouse and the pride of a community that's facing a declining economy. Plus, Dwight Freeney lost millions and wants the bank held responsible.
Trust The Process: 1/27/17
The 76ers are rolling and the Cavs are struggling. How did we get here? Then, the Indians are awarded the 2019 All-Star Game. Will Chief Wahoo still be around to see it?
Following Suit: 1/26/17
On today's OTL, as America is trending towards becoming more accepting of marijuana, will the NFL follow suit? Then, Rick Pitino pushes back against the NCAA in regards to the escort scandal at Louisville.
Brent Musburger Is Retiring: 1/25/17
Bob Ley and Jeremy Schaap look back on the illustrious career of Brent Musburger, who announced his retirement. Then, why don't players want to partake in the Pro Bowl?
ATL History: 1/24/17
The Falcons are in the Super Bowl and OTL explores the good, bad and ugly of Atlanta's sports history. Plus, LeBron James and Steve Kerr made headlines with recent comments.
Trouble for Taggart: 1/23/17
Outside the Lines talks about the brilliance of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, the rough start to the Willie Taggart era at Oregon and Chapecoense's return to the pitch.
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